Reso is simultaneously moving a whole spectrum of electronic genres forward while further cementing his place as the overlord of hi-tech dubstep. With Reso wobble, hypercrunk, breaks, wonky, hip-hop and D n B all receive the treatment. Reso’s deep musicality, incredible skill, intricate programming and wildly diverse references place him at the peak of a new breed of electronic producers.
The sonic counterpart to roaring robotic futurism, Reso’s hybrid of rising ambience, hyper beats and speaker busting tech-basslines feels more suited to a post apocalyptic Tokyo than the contemporary concrete of most Dubstep. A truly visual experience his music’s mech-mania induced synthesesia conjures images of neon-tinged neo-Japanese cityscapes, powerful hulking automatons and violent bassline machismo.
After killer 12inches “If Ya Can’t Beat Em” and “Heavy Arms EP” (both on Civil Music) and a host of remixes from Wiley, the Qemists to Crookers through Drop The Lime, Reso kicked off 2010 with a bang. His 2x12inch Temjin EP opens his new musical worlds to the wider electronic audience and rewards the playstation generation, loyal club kids and seasoned steppers who go wild for Reso’s productions already. Reso’s diverse references will draw fans from all realms of the electronic spectrum. Emotive and unique, Reso’s new rhythmic possibilities and perfectly chaotic programming make this essential for fans of Dubstep through Techno to IDM, from Skream to Thom Yorke to Rustie via Bukem.
As Reso moves towards his debut album for Civil Music due early 2011 he’s dropped his “In Da Mix” CD on Z-Audio, joined the Hospital Records Family to showcase his genre redefining DnB skills with Slap Chop and squeezed in Remixes for Drop the Lime, Foamo, Qemists and dEbruit amongst others.